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The quilt is lovely. Of course it is, you made it! Do you always say how much you loved this or that quilt? I think so. I'm going back to check this very soon. It must be that a quilter loves whatever she is currently working on. Your sewing room sounds wonderful and I know that you are eager to have it back in order, especially when it's taking up the entire house!


"True Blue" is beautiful. Curious, what type of backing you used? I just love the pink binding. Can't wait to see your sewing room when completed.

Patricia Showe

I love your blue and white quilt and the pink binding is perfect. I loved the choices in material you made. You inspired me to do hexies--not one, not two, but three small hexagon quilts for my little granddaughters. I love making them and find they build up fast. My hexagon pieces are 1 inch each, that is along each straight edge they are one inch from one point to the next point. Of course, they'll be between crib and twin size, not big quilts but I'm loving working on them. I like the Warm and Natural batting and I've used Mountain Mist Cream Rose which is also soft and quilts so smoothly and easily, too. How big are your blocks in your True Blue quilt? Thank you for all the inspiration.

Willow Caroline

Love the pink binding. I hope you show us photos of your finished room. I love to see where others work!

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